Most of us have an opinion one way or another. Some still believing that a lockdown is the only viable option, while others now strongly opposing it. Some have thought that strong lessons are to be learned from the pandemic, which could spark significant and hopefully positive change in the future. At this point, to admit you are not sure what to think is going to be slightly embarrassing, but surely I am not the only person who still doesn’t really know…
There is a pretty pronounced problem in with obesity within the UK, but surely it is an exaggeration to say that almost two thirds of adults in the UK are either overweight or obese. Well according to BMI standards this is the case. But most people realise that there are going to be people who have a higher amount of bone or muscle mass compared to others of their size, and we know that BMI doesn’t account for this. Yet did you also know that mortality rates are much lower in both genders with a higher BMI?
What the Cluck? What could this all be about? Maybe an independent butcher who works for Tesco, my growing excitement which arose when KFC reopened, or some spontaneous trip to a farm where I came across a load of chickens. Wrong! Though ironically all three of these points are indirectly relevant to this. But insteadContinue reading “What the Cluck”
So it has now been over two months since the UK lockdown was imposed, whereby any “non-essential” shops weren’t allowed to open, as well as entertainment facilities, cafes and resteraunts. Now many Brits are quite eager for things to reopen, because apart from anything else, we are bored. However we know that the country isContinue reading “Is Boris right to begin opening the UK economy yet; and if he does, then what might happen?”
We have been on lockdown for ten weeks now. Ten whole weeks! And from day to day, we are having to relay upon the government to enforce the right rules at the right times to maximise the country’s wellbeing and safety. As Boris Johnson keeps saying, almost every single one of us has been makingContinue reading “Opinion: We should be able to take the law into our own hands, considering the law does too!”
Love him or hate him, a huge proportion of people from our nation and further a-field are praying for Boris Johnson, our Prime Minister. So having been admitted into St Thomas hospital Sunday night, by the following night he found himself in need of oxygen, and in need to be moved into intensive care inContinue reading “I Want Boris Back! (but could never vote for him)”